Jackson County Inmate Roster – 10-17-21

Inmates booked into the Jail within the last 24 hours.
 
McElfresh, Jeffrey L
Booking #: 106688
Booking Date: 10-17-2021 – 2:51 am
Charges: 9-30-5-2(a) (1162) MOTOR VEHICLE- OPERATING A VEHICLE WHILE INTOXICATED
9-26-1-1.1(b) (105) MOTOR VEHICLE- LEAVING THE SCENE OF A CRASH- PROPERTY DAMAGE CRASH
Bond: $705
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Leonard, Eric L
Booking #: 106687
Release Date: 10-16-2021 – 11:23 pm
Booking Date: 10-16-2021 – 7:36 pm
Charges: 35-43-4-2 (528) THEFT
35-46-1-15.1 (660) FAMILY OFFENSE- INVASION OF PRIVACY
Bond: $705
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Inmates released from the Jail within the last 24 hours.
 
Leonard, Eric L
Booking #: 106687
Release Date: 10-16-2021 – 11:23 pm
Booking Date: 10-16-2021 – 7:36 pm
Charges: 35-43-4-2 (528) THEFT
35-46-1-15.1 (660) FAMILY OFFENSE- INVASION OF PRIVACY
Bond: $705
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Jose-Sebastian, Jose J
Booking #: 106680
Release Date: 10-16-2021 – 7:53 am
Booking Date: 10-15-2021 – 7:34 am
Charges: 9-30-5-1(a) (106) MOTOR VEHICLE- OPERATING A VEHICLE WHILE INTOXICATED
35-44.1-3-1 (210) PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION- RESISTING LAW ENFORCEMENT
Bond: $705
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Scott County Inmate Roster – 10-17-21

Inmates booked into the Detention Center within the last 24 hours.
 
HEATH, KURT
Booking #:
SCJAIL:2021-001022
Booking Date:
10-17-2021 – 3:26 am
Charges:
IC 35-44.1-3-1(B)(1)FL6 ~ RESISTING LAW ENFORCEMENT – USES VEHICLE OR DRAWS ORUSES DEADLY WEAPON
IC 35-48-4-6(B)FL6 ~ POSSESSION OF COCAINE OR SCHEDULE I OR II NARCOTIC DRUG – AT LEAST 5 LT 10 GR
IC 9-24-19-2 ~ DRIVING WHILE SUSPENDED (SUSP/PRIOR)
IC 35-48-4-8.3(A)MA ~ POSSESSION OF PARAPHERNALIA
IC 16-42-19-18(FL6) ~ UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF SYRINGE

BROWN, POPPY
Booking #:
SCJAIL:2021-001021
Booking Date:
10-16-2021 – 11:18 pm
Charges:
IC 7.1-5-1-3 ~ PUBLIC INTOXICATION
IC 35-44.1-3-1(A)MA ~ RESISTING LAW ENFORCEMENT
IC 35-45-1-3(A)MB ~ DISORDERLY CONDUCT
IC 35-42-2-1(F)(5)(A)FL5 ~ BATTERY-RESULTS IN BODILY INJURY TO PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICIAL
IC 35-42-2-1(D)FL6 ~ BATTERY – NO INJURY; VICTIM IS A PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICIAL
IC 35-42-2-1(D)FL6 ~ BATTERY – NO INJURY; VICTIM IS A PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICIAL
IC 35-42-2-1(D)FL6 ~ BATTERY – NO INJURY; VICTIM IS A PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICIAL

CRAIG, ALAN
Booking #:
SCJAIL:2021-001020
Booking Date:
10-16-2021 – 10:23 am
Charges:
IC 35-43-2-2(B)MA ~ CRIMINAL TRESPASS

 
Inmates released from the Detention Center within the last 24 hours.
 
RUCKER, ADAM
Booking #:
SCJAIL:2021-001015
Release Date:
10-16-2021 – 8:00 pm
Booking Date:
10-14-2021 – 10:09 am
Charges:
IC 35-45-1-3(A)MB ~ DISORDERLY CONDUCT
IC 7.1-5-1-3 ~ PUBLIC INTOXICATION
IC 35-45-2-1(A)MA ~ INTIMIDATION
IC 35-44.1-3-1(A)MA ~ RESISTING LAW ENFORCEMENT

TAYLOR, DANNIE
Booking #:
SCJAIL:2021-001019
Release Date:
10-16-2021 – 6:45 pm
Booking Date:
10-15-2021 – 9:52 pm
Charges:
IC 7.1-5-1-3 ~ PUBLIC INTOXICATION
9-26-1-1.1 {B} ~ LEAVING SCENE OF ACCIDENT

MAYO, KEITH
Booking #:
SCJAIL:2021-001013
Release Date:
10-16-2021 – 12:00 pm
Booking Date:
10-13-2021 – 4:05 pm
Charges:
IC 35-42-2-1.3(b)(2)FL6 ~ DOMESTIC BATTERY – COMMITTED IN PRESENCE OF CHILD LESS THAN 16 YEARS

59-Year-Old Salem Woman Struck in Road

Officer Tyler Gregory with the Salem Police Department said a 59-Year-Old Salem woman was struck by a vehicle early Friday morning while she was in the middle of East Hackberry Street.

A press release issued late Friday night indicated that her injuries “were consistent with at least one broken leg.”

Gregory said the police department had been dispatched to the area of East Hackberry Street about 2:52a Friday in response to a woman who was possibly hit by a vehicle. 

EMS was called at 2:53a to respond near the gas station near Anson Street. 

“When I got there there was a concerned citizen who was pulled over and had called 911 and he began to render aid,” said Gregory. 

Police said they arrived at the scene along with Washington County EMS who cared for the woman.

He did not know when the victim was struck and didn’t know where she was taken or didn’t know her condition at this time. 

Her name was also not released. 

The incident is still under investigation. 

TRICK-OR-TREAT AT LOUISVILLE SLUGGER FIELD

The Louisville Bats are treating families to a night of Halloween fun at Louisville Slugger Field for the first-ever Trick-or-Treat at the Ballpark on Friday, Oct. 22 from 6:30 – 10 p.m. The holiday festivities will include trick-or-treating on the concourse, a costume contest with prizes for both kids and adults, and a screening of the Halloween classic “Hocus Pocus” on Louisville Slugger Field’s giant, the high-definition video board.

Trick-or-Treat at the Ballpark is free to attend for kids ages 12 and under and just $5 for each accompanying adult. Tickets can be purchased in advance at batsbaseball.com or in-person at the Box Office window upon arrival to the ballpark.

The event offers the opportunity to trick-or-treat in a fun, safe and family-friendly environment. The Bats will have trick-or-treating stations set up around the concourse and participating sponsors will provide treats for trick-or-treaters as families make their way around the ballpark throughout the evening.

While trick-or-treating, fans can stop by the Suite Lobby behind Section 115 to register for the evening’s costume contest. Registration must be completed by 7:30 p.m. and the Bats will announce winners for best costume (adult), best costume (child), best couple costume, scariest costume and funniest costume at 8 p.m. Each winner will receive a special trophy and limited-edition Bats Prize Pack.

Following the costume contest, fans are invited to grab seats in the park for a screening of the Halloween classic “Hocus Pocus” (rated PG). Seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis on the outfield grass and within the stadium-bowl seating area (chair-back seats). The movie is scheduled to run from 8 – 10 p.m.

Concessions will be open throughout the evening on the concourse. Available items and pricing will be consistent with a normal Louisville Bats game day.

Visit batsbaseball.com or email [email protected] for additional information.

Scott County Inmate Roster – 10-8-21

Inmates booked into the Detention Center within the last 24 hours.
 
EVERSOLE, LILLIE
Booking #:
SCJAIL:2021-000986
Booking Date:
10-07-2021 – 12:02 am
Charges:
IC 35-48-4-6.1(A)FL6 ~ POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE
IC 35-48-4-8.3(A)MA ~ POSSESSION OF PARAPHERNALIA

MERRITT, JEREMY
Booking #:
SCJAIL:2021-000985
Booking Date:
10-06-2021 – 2:15 pm
Charges:
IC 35-44.1-3-4(C)FL5 ~ ESCAPE; FAILURE TO RETURN TO LAWFUL DETENTION

Harrison County Inmate Roster – 10-8-21

Edwards, Caleb

Possession of a Syringe

Mcintosh, Gracie

Possession of Methamphetamine
Possession of Paraphernalia

Dowell, Charles

Burglary (Attempted)
Criminal Trespass

Wright, Adrian
Resisting Law Enforcement
Theft w/ Prior
Theft

Willey, Emily

Probation Violation
Possession of Methamphetamine

Burnside, Antycha

Probation Violation
Theft x2

Jackson County Inmate Roster – 10-8-21

Inmates booked into the Jail within the last 24 hours.
 
Lee, Douglas E
Booking #: 106653
Booking Date: 10-08-2021 – 3:18 am
Charges: 35-42-2-1.3(b)(3) (1002) DOMESTIC BATTERY-MODERATE BODILY INJURY
Bond: $705
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Bechelli, Steven W
Booking #: 106652
Booking Date: 10-07-2021 – 11:29 pm
Charges: 9-30-5-2(b) (107) MOTOR VEHICLE- OPERATING A VEHICLE WHILE INTOXICATED- ENDANGERMENT
9-30-5-2(a) (1162) MOTOR VEHICLE- OPERATING A VEHICLE WHILE INTOXICATED
Bond: $705
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Sprague, Paul J
Booking #: 106651
Booking Date: 10-07-2021 – 10:13 pm
Charges: 35-42-2-1.3(a) (999) DOMESTIC BATTERY-SIMPLE ASSAULT
Bond: No Bond
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Roger, Logan C
Booking #: 106650
Booking Date: 10-07-2021 – 7:35 pm
Charges: 35-48-4-8.3 CM (1039) Controlled Substance- Possess Paraphernalia
35-48-4-6 (75) CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE- POSSESS COCAINE OR NARCOTIC DRUG
35-48-4-8.3 (8) CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE- POSSESS PARAPHERNALIA
35-48-4-11(a) (906) CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE- POSSESSION MARIJUANA/HASH OIL/HASHISH/SALVIA
35-48-4-8.3 (8) CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE- POSSESS PARAPHERNALIA
Bond: No Bond
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Barger, Kayla S
Booking #: 106649
Booking Date: 10-07-2021 – 5:41 pm
Charges: 99 Warrant Service
Bond: No Bond
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Nunn, John T
Booking #: 106648
Booking Date: 10-07-2021 – 4:04 pm
Charges: 35-42-2-1.3(c)(2) (1007) DOMESTIC BATTERY-DEADLY WEAPON
35-42-2-1.3(d) (1013) DOMESITC BATTERY-ENDANGERED ADULT W/SERIOUS BODILY INJURY
Bond: No Bond
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Allseitz, Anthony M
Booking #: 106647
Booking Date: 10-07-2021 – 3:38 pm
Charges: 99 Warrant Service
Bond: $355
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Inmates released from the Jail within the last 24 hours.
 
Thornton, Daryle L
Booking #: 106595
Release Date: 10-07-2021 – 3:53 pm
Booking Date: 09-29-2021 – 4:04 pm
Charges: 9-30-5-2(b) (107) MOTOR VEHICLE- OPERATING A VEHICLE WHILE INTOXICATED- ENDANGERMENT
9-30-5-2(a) (1162) MOTOR VEHICLE- OPERATING A VEHICLE WHILE INTOXICATED
Bond: No Bond
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Barger, Justin S
Booking #: 106364
Release Date: 10-07-2021 – 3:23 pm
Booking Date: 08-26-2021 – 10:20 am
Charges: 9-30-5-2(b) (107) MOTOR VEHICLE- OPERATING A VEHICLE WHILE INTOXICATED- ENDANGERMENT
Bond: No Bond
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Dorsey, Stephanie E
Booking #: 106638
Release Date: 10-07-2021 – 3:08 pm
Booking Date: 10-06-2021 – 12:15 am
Charges: 9-30-5-3(a)(1) (108) MOTOR VEHICLE- OPERATING A VEHICLE WHILE INTOXICATED- PRIOR CONVICTION
35-48-4-11(a) (906) CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE- POSSESSION MARIJUANA/HASH OIL/HASHISH/SALVIA
35-48-4-8.3 (8) CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE- POSSESS PARAPHERNALIA
35-45-1-3 (156) PUBLIC ORDER- DISORDERLY CONDUCT
Bond: No Bond
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Hawn, Keaton B
Booking #: 106596
Release Date: 10-07-2021 – 11:53 am
Booking Date: 09-29-2021 – 6:08 pm
Charges: 99 Warrant Service
Bond: No Bond
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Wright, Adrian M
Booking #: 106477
Release Date: 10-07-2021 – 11:53 am
Booking Date: 09-11-2021 – 2:55 pm
Charges: 99 Warrant Service
Bond: No Bond
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Claxton, Ralph W
Booking #: 106641
Release Date: 10-07-2021 – 11:38 am
Booking Date: 10-06-2021 – 1:55 pm
Charges: 99 Warrant Service
Bond: No Bond
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Elkins, Benjamin M
Booking #: 106367
Release Date: 10-07-2021 – 11:23 am
Booking Date: 08-26-2021 – 11:13 pm
Charges: 35-46-1-15.1 (660) FAMILY OFFENSE- INVASION OF PRIVACY
Bond: $705
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O’Sullivan, Timothy C
Booking #: 106054
Release Date: 10-07-2021 – 10:53 am
Booking Date: 07-08-2021 – 3:19 pm
Charges: 35-48-4-1.1 (263) CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE- MANUFACTURE/DEALING METHAMPHETAMINE
Bond: No Bond
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Fisher, Wanda K
Booking #: 106137
Release Date: 10-07-2021 – 10:38 am
Booking Date: 07-21-2021 – 9:49 am
Charges: 35-45-10-5 (617) STALKING VIOLATIONS
Bond: No Bond
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Diego, Pedro J
Booking #: 106646
Release Date: 10-07-2021 – 10:38 am
Booking Date: 10-06-2021 – 8:45 pm
Charges: 9-30-5-2(b) (107) MOTOR VEHICLE- OPERATING A VEHICLE WHILE INTOXICATED- ENDANGERMENT
9-30-5-1(a) (106) MOTOR VEHICLE- OPERATING A VEHICLE WHILE INTOXICATED
9-24-18-1 (24) MOTOR VEHICLE- OPERATING WITHOUT EVER OBTAINING LICENSE
Bond: $705
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National DEA Drug Take-Back is Day October 23

On Saturday, October 23, 2021, the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) is sponsoring the 21st nationwide “Prescription Drug Take-Back” initiative.  

The “Take Back” initiative seeks to prevent prescription drug abuse and theft through proper disposal of prescription drugs.

Collection sites will be set up nationwide for expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs which will be properly disposed of without threat to the environment.  This program is for liquid and pill medications. 

Vaping pens without batteries and vaping cartridges will also be taken.  Needles, new or used, WILL NOT be accepted for disposal.  This service is free and anonymous with no questions asked.

This initiative addresses a vital public safety and public health issue. 

Medicines that languish in home cabinets are highly susceptible to diversion, misuse, and abuse. Rates of prescription drug abuse in the U.S. are alarmingly high, as are the number of accidental poisonings and overdoses due to these drugs.  Studies show that a majority of abused prescription drugs are obtained from family and friends, including from the home medicine cabinet.

In addition, Americans are now advised that their usual methods for disposing of unused medicines—flushing them down the toilet or throwing them in the trash—pose both potential safety and health hazards.

Once again, the Indiana State Police is pleased to partner with the DEA, and as in the past, unwanted medications may be dropped off at any Indiana State Police Post, except the Toll Road Post. 

The event will be on Saturday, October 23, 2021, between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.   

To locate the State Police post closest to your home or business, click this link for Indiana State Police on the Map. To find other locations in Indiana or across the U.S. that are participating in the Drug Take-Back initiative, click this link to the DEA.

The Drug Take-Back events are the safe, popular, and responsible way for the public to legally dispose of prescription drugs with no questions asked.